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Law enforcement abuse stories regarding: abuse of power, corruption, and other misfortunes in developing police states.
- Every post must be in this format.
[MM/DD/YY] Title from source.
- Properly Title your posts.
- Properly link flair your posts.
- Keep it civil. Its not hard.
- Simple enough, right? This is not /r/drama
- E.g. Memes / Jokes / comics or unrelated content etc.
- Please try to limit your reposts. We don't need 50 stories about the same event. It will lead to other current stories being buried.
Know Your Rights
It is 100% legal to openly record police in all 50 states as long as you do not physically interfere with the officer. (It's also probably wise to speak as little as possible, but DO make note of details - location, names, etc)
Police officers do not have a "reasonable expectation of privacy" while preforming their public duties.
If an officer says it's illegal to record him, that officer is lying to try and trick you into shutting off the camera so you won't have proof of them violating your rights.
Use a livestreaming app to record your videos. If your phone is seized, the police cannot delete the video because the video was never on the phone to begin with.
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